Neurobiology Lectures WS 2012/13

Neurobiology Lectures take place on Wednesdays, 13:00, alternating with the IZN seminars. Dates, rooms and speakers are indicated below.

Prospective hosts: please select an available slot, agree the date with your speaker and get in contact with the IZN administrator Ute Volbehr ( ) who will confirm the date, include the booking on this web page, distribute a printed announcement and handle reimbursement of travel costs and honorarium.

The audience may include students and colleagues who are non-experts on the subject of the talk, therefore talks should introduce the topic in general terms.

Hosts: If you have invited a speaker, please make sure that the projection equipment required by your guest is available at the lecture hall. The key for HS2, INF 306, is available from the Hausverwaltung. Please be sure to get the key in time!

green = available   yellow.gif = reserved, awaiting confirmation   red.gif = booked

  Date Speaker Title Host Place
red 19.09.12 Alistair Garratt, Berlin Regulation of olfactory bulb development and function by the zinc-finger homeodomain factor Tshz1 Ulrike Müller INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 10.10.12 Christel Herold-Mende, Heidelberg Immunotherapy for Gliomas: Reconsidering T Cells and Immunogenic Antigens Hilmar Bading INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 24.10.12 Peter Scheifele, Basel Mechanisms of Neuronal Synapse Formation in Development and Disease Alexander von Holst INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 07.11.12 Carmen Ruiz de Almodovar, Heidelberg   Hilmar Bading INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 21.11.12 Eunjoon Kim, Daejeon Synaptic scaffolding proteins and autism spectrum disorders Thomas Kuner Change of room and time:
INF 306, SR 20, 13:30
red 28.11.12 Ricarda Diem, Heidelberg Neurodegeneration and -protection in multiple sclerosis Hilmar Bading INF 306, HS2, 13:00
green 05.12.12       INF 306, HS2, 13:00
green 19.12.12 Michèle Wessa, Heidelberg

Postponed to January 16, 2013

Hilmar Bading  INF 306, HS2, 13:00
  Christmas Holidays        
red 16.01.13 Michèle Wessa, Heidelberg Neurobiological vulnerability factors for bipolar disorder: evidence from structural and functional neuroimaging Hilmar Bading INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 30.01.13 Erin Schuman, Frankfurt Transcriptomes and proteomes at synapses Soojin Ryu INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 13.02.13 Christine Métin, Paris Contribution of the primary cilium to long distance neuronal migration in cerebral cortex Kerry Tucker INF 306, HS2, 13:00
green 27.02.13 Piotr Topilko, Paris
Carmen Ruiz de Almodovar INF 306, HS2, 13:00


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